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Disco BiscuitsDisco Biscuits Live at Indian Lookout Country Club on 2011-07-09 (July 9, 2011)

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Collection: DiscoBiscuits
Band/Artist: Disco Biscuits
Date: July 9, 2011 (check for other copies)
Venue: Indian Lookout Country Club
Location: Mariaville, NY

Source: {FOB} Schoeps mk21 > kyc > Sonosax SX-M2 L/S > Sony PCM-M10
Lineage: CF > Sound Studio(Fades, dither) > xACT (encode, align on sector boundaries, tag)> .flac16
Taped by: Jesse Hurlburt
Keywords: live; electronicia; Camp Bisco X


Description

I:
01 Rockafella
02 Neck Romancer >
03 The Great Abyss >
04 Confrontation (inv) >
05 Air Song
06 World Is Spinning

II:
07 Spectacle
08 MEMPHIS >
09 Cyclone >
10 Waves (inv) >
11 Reactor(1)
12 Chemical Warfare Brigade
13 Highwire

III:
On Time (2)
14 Strobelights (3) >
15 Little Shimmy in a Conga Line (inv) >
16 Digital Buddha (inv) >
17 Gangster >
18 Tricycle >
19 Save the Robots

Notes

(1) ending only
(2) On Time was not recorded
(3) unfinished

Individual Files

Audio Files Flac VBR MP3 Ogg Vorbis
Rockafella 70.3 MB
19.7 MB
9.5 MB
Neck Romancer > 73.7 MB
17.9 MB
9.1 MB
The Great Abyss > 90.9 MB
21.4 MB
10.9 MB
Confrontation( inv) > 95.6 MB
24.7 MB
12.1 MB
Air Song 52.2 MB
14.0 MB
6.8 MB
World Is Spinning 36.9 MB
9.1 MB
4.5 MB
Spectacle 60.4 MB
16.6 MB
8.1 MB
MEMPHIS > 115.9 MB
28.6 MB
14.7 MB
Cyclone > 63.5 MB
14.7 MB
7.6 MB
Waves (inv) > 98.7 MB
25.4 MB
12.6 MB
Reactor (end) 49.2 MB
12.5 MB
6.3 MB
Chemical Warfare Brigade 46.5 MB
11.9 MB
5.8 MB
Highwire 27.8 MB
7.1 MB
3.4 MB
Strobelights (3) > 54.1 MB
13.9 MB
6.9 MB
Little Shimmy in a Conga Line (inv) > 118.0 MB
31.7 MB
15.5 MB
Digital Buddha (inv) > 90.5 MB
23.3 MB
11.5 MB
Gangster > 73.4 MB
18.7 MB
9.4 MB
Tricycle > 48.2 MB
12.4 MB
6.2 MB
Save the Robots 79.0 MB
20.0 MB
10.0 MB
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Camp Pic 627.3 KB
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db2011-07-09.mk21.flac16_archive.torrent 48.9 KB
db2011-07-09.mk21.txt 2.4 KB

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Reviewer: Oceans in Space - 2.00 out of 5 stars2.00 out of 5 stars - July 3, 2012
Subject: Weak jams
Yeah, its ok but just up to their standard.
And because its a camp bisco show maybe i expected too much

Reviewer: BriGeer83 - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - July 12, 2011
Subject: Thanks Jesse!
Been a huge fan of your recordings for a while now. It came out great and this Camp had some of the most consistently great sets. There wasn't any low points. Great song selections, great flow throughout.
My only complaint is that Barber was a tad sloppy during the composed sections. No bother though, that's not what tDB is all about.

Reviewer: ConcertGroover - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - July 12, 2011
Subject: Stellar Performance
The Biscuits really threw down for their festival this year. Even though the first set of this day was probably my least favorite at camp, it was by no means a bad show. Great abyss -> inverted confrontation was the highlight for me. It was nice to hear World is Spinning for the first time too.

The second set was my favorite at camp. Spectacle isn't played that often anymore and it was executed very well, but my favorite segment was the MEMPHIS->cyclone->waves(inv)->reactor(end). This started off heavy and kept the tempo and energy very high along with very excellent builds.

The third set was tight as well. I was a little disappointed they didn't do the fiesta screaming during shimmy (since I totally amped this guy up to scream too resulting in a minor bummer for both of us). Tricycle is always very happy and upbeat, and it was nice to hear Magner play the 'WOA' note that they used to sing after the chorus, and it was also unexpected when they sang the chorus a second time. The standalone Robots to finish camp off was intense, from beginning to end.

When they were walking off the stage I saw Barber mouth 'are we done?' and shortly after he walked back to the front of the stage to say farewell while his friend praised the effort the biscuits have put into their career. A really nice conclusion to a great festival.